Curious—it’s one of my favorite words. I like the way it sounds. I like the way it looks on the page. And, especially, I like what it means.
Scientists are curious people. They are always asking questions and looking for answers. You can find books here about some of the things they study: storms, caves, rainbows and avalanches, to name a few.
Musicians are curious as well. They think about sounds–how melodies and chord changes sound–and how they fit together with words to make songs. You can find information here about my interests in music and some of the music projects I’m working on.
There are also links to some of my favorite sites about this amazing universe we live in. The sites will probably give you a few more questions to think about as well.
Finally, I’ve included writing and pictures about something my wife and I were curious about: What would it be like to walk 500 miles across northern Spain on The Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage trail that people have traveled for over 1200 years? If you’d like to know about that you can click on the Walking link at the top of this page.
So, welcome! I hope you’re curious. And I hope you find words, pictures, and ideas here that contribute to your own sense of wonder.